Top Attractions To Visit In Washington D.C

For many, sightseeing is an exhilarating experience and a great means of getting familiar with the city’s most prized attractions. If you are intending to visit Washington D.C., there are a number of attractions that you can spot on the Washington DC Charter Buses. Hop on a DC Coach Bus and open your eyes to the wonders in one of the country’s most famous cities. Let’s look at these attractions below.

 

Capitol Building

As one of the most easily recognized buildings in the city, the Capitol building consists of the US legislative chambers, the House and the Senate. It was first built in the 18th century after which it went through a number of renovations. The building can be seen from the DC Tours Bus from a good distance, so you don’t need to worry about missing it.

 

Washington Monument

At 555 feet, the Washington Monument is the tallest stone structure in the world.  It once held the tallest building in the world title until it was taken by the Eiffel Tower. It was built in the mid 19th century and was not opened to the public until the year 1888. If you are interested in going inside the structure, you will need to buy tickets available at the site.

 

The US Supreme Court Building

This is another place you can see as part of your tour bus ride on the Washington DC Charter Buses. The US Supreme Court Building is a splendid piece of architecture and art and exemplifies the country’s historic legacy of the US legal system being a designated National Historic Landmark.

 

Fulfill your wanderlust with Washington DC Tours Buses

Our Washington DC Tours Buses can help you have the unforgettable sightseeing experience. We have fleets that are capable of accommodating very large groups and our drivers are professionally trained and experienced. Whether you are organizing a school trip, corporate events, or simply want to experience the joy of the city with family and friends, our customer service and support can be of help to you.

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